The vibrant and bustling city of Plymouth in South West England is a heavily populated area that boasts cultural diversity as well as a rich history. The history of the city dates back to the Bronze Age and the area saw major expansion during the Industrial Revolution, when it experienced major growth as an important commercial shipping port. While shipbuilding has been an important part of the economy of the city for many decades, and continues to be so today, Plymouth is home to a variety of other industries as well, including the service sector. The city is packed with historical landmarks and places of interest, including Smeaton’s Tower, the Plymouth Naval Memorial, the National Marine Aquarium, and Crownhill Fort.
Much of the business in Plymouth is maritime related, with close to 300 companies in the naval and marine sector operating from the city. There are other businesses that also have office space in the city, including the dozens of companies located at Tamar Science Park. Some of the businesses and operations based in Plymouth include the Plymouth Gin Distillery, the Devonport Dockyard, the EuroPartnership Agency, iNet Biomedical, LAPCO, and NHS Education South West.
Entertainment And Dining Out
If you are looking for entertainment in the city, you will not be short on choice. You can catch exciting live performances at the Theatre Royal, while the Plymouth Pavilions hosts live music and stand-up comedy. Cinemas screen the latest movies while night owls can take advantage of the vibrant nightlife at popular bars such as Ride. There are plenty of options for dining out too, with world cuisine around every corner. Hakka is a great choice if you fancy some Chinese food or you can try Positano for some delicious Italian fare. The Village Restaurant serves up delicious seafood as well as great Greek dishes, while traditional British dishes can be enjoyed at Tanners Restaurant.
Plymouth boasts a variety of transport options, including regular bus services, reliable taxi services, park and ride services, and a good network of roads for those who are driving. The A38 is a major road in the city, which connects it to the M5 motorway. International ferry services provide convenient access to France and Spain for both foot passengers and those with vehicles. The closest air travel links can be found at Exeter International and Newquay Cornwall airports. Plymouth Railway Station provides links to the rail network on the CrossCountry Network, while the Cornish Main Line and the Tamar Valley Line operate regional trains.
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